Pristinely Washed and Dried Just Right
Upgrade Your Laundry Room with a New Washer & Dryer
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Whether you need tips on
Types of Washing Machines
Deciding between a top- or front-load
Top-load washers are classic machines featuring a central agitator that rotates clothes throughout each cycle. While the top-load design makes
Front-load washers use an impeller and gravity to tumble clothes through each cycle while
Electric dryersneed a 240-volt, three- or four-pronged outlet and an external vent to dissipate heat. However, if you can’t install a vent, check out ventless condensation dryers like heat pump dryers or compact dryers. Gas dryesrare a little heftier. These need a natural gas or liquid propane connection (some models have liquid propane conversion kits), a three-prong, 110-volt outlet, and an external exhaust vent. And if you’re worried about adding to your utility bill, consider pilot-less ignition dryers or dryers with automatic shutoff.
Paired, Stacked, and Compact Laundry Options
Even if you're only replacing one machine, you should consider investing in a washer and dryer set, a stacked laundry unit, or a combo washer and dryer.
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